Host: Garrett Hope (@composergarrett)

How can we add value to our performances, compositions, and interactions? Economists predict that as technology improves and digital (replicable) products, including recordings and scores, move ever closer to zero cost for the end user that value will be derived from non-replicable interactions. How can we be prepared for that near future? What does this mean for classical music? What implications will this have on how we present our music to the world?

Value is difficult to define, but we’ll get to a good definition through the discussion and explore how we can add it to our music.

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